cee’s fun foto challenge – close up or macro

“Photography is the story I fail to put into words.”
Destin Sparks

“A heart without dreams is like
a bird without feathers.”
Suzy Kassem

A piece of art at İstanbul Modern, a.k.a. Istanbul Museum of Modern Art – November 2016

“We must never confuse elegance with snobbery”
Yves Saint Laurent

A palm tree at The Jardin Majorelle (the home of YSL) in Marrakech – December 2016

“A throne is only a bench covered with velvet.”
Napoleon Bonaparte

A bench at Monbijou Park, Berlin – July 2018

“Pink isn’t just a color it’s an attitude too!”
Miley Cyrus

A “pink sheep” – a piece of living art  “If the people have no bread, let them eat cake”, Wanås Castle, Sweden – July 2017

“The journey of a thousand pounds begins with a single burger”
Chris O’Brien

My lamb burgers, Landskrona – April 2018

“Nobody cares if you can’t dance well.
Just get up and dance.”
Martha Graham

The Ballet shoes Christmas tree at the “Det Kongelige Teater” (The Royal Theater), Copenhagen  – December 2017

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Close Up or Macro

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26 thoughts on “cee’s fun foto challenge – close up or macro

    • Thank you so much … glad you liked my photos … the bench needed some TLC. Oscar and I just played around while waiting for my lunch sandwich to get ready. *smile

    • Mike, thanks for the visit … I have been using music for every post the last 4 years. Before the track started to play automatically, but not anymore. I love my music and I love to connect images with music. So glad you like the “little touch”.

    • I like to be compared with an old bookstore … nice one! I wonder why it doesn’t play automatically for me???!!! So long as it does it for my visitors. I’m a big fan of ballet music.

    • Loisa, thank you so much … that Christmas tree was pure magic … made of old ballet slippers and it was a massive tree (great idea instead of wasting the old slippers), I was there enjoying the “Nutcracker”. The feathers were made from paper, amazing piece of art – female artist, but can remember her name.

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